Amanda Murdie
Amanda Murdie
Georgia Athletic Association Professor of International Affairs, University of Georgia
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Shaming and Blaming: Using Events Data to Assess the Impact of Human Rights INGOs
AM Murdie, DR Davis
International Studies Quarterly, 2011
Aiding and abetting: Human rights INGOs and domestic protest
A Murdie, T Bhasin
Journal of Conflict Resolution 55 (2), 163-191, 2011
" Makers and Shapers": Human Rights INGOs and Public Opinion
DR Davis, A Murdie, CG Steinmetz
Human Rights Quarterly 34 (1), 199-224, 2012
The ties that bind: A network analysis of human rights international nongovernmental organizations
A Murdie
British Journal of Political Science 44 (1), 1-27, 2014
The impact of human rights INGO shaming on humanitarian interventions
A Murdie, D Peksen
The Journal of Politics 76 (1), 215-228, 2014
Help or harm: The human security effects of international NGOs
A Murdie
Stanford University Press, 2014
The impact of human rights INGO activities on economic sanctions
A Murdie, D Peksen
The Review of International Organizations 8, 33-53, 2013
Human rights shaming through INGOs and foreign aid delivery
S Dietrich, A Murdie
The Review of International Organizations 12, 95-120, 2017
Looking in the mirror: Comparing INGO networks across issue areas
A Murdie, DR Davis
The Review of International Organizations 7, 177-202, 2012
There’s no place like home: Explaining international NGO advocacy
SS Stroup, A Murdie
The Review of International Organizations 7, 425-448, 2012
Coercion, capacity, and coordination: Predictors of political violence
SR Bell, D Cingranelli, A Murdie, A Caglayan
Conflict Management and Peace Science 30 (3), 240-262, 2013
Neighborhood watch: Spatial effects of human rights INGOs
SR Bell, KC Clay, A Murdie
The Journal of Politics 74 (2), 354-368, 2012
Problematic potential: The human rights consequences of peacekeeping interventions in civil wars
A Murdie, DR Davis
Human Rights Quarterly 32 (1), 49-72, 2010
Women’s rights INGO shaming and the government respect for women’s rights
A Murdie, D Peksen
The Review of International Organizations 10, 1-22, 2015
Why pick on us? Environmental INGOs and state shaming as a strategic substitute
A Murdie, J Urpelainen
Political Studies 63 (2), 353-372, 2015
Human rights, NGO shaming and the exports of abusive states
TM Peterson, A Murdie, V Asal
British Journal of Political Science 48 (3), 767-786, 2018
Can international nongovernmental organizations boost government services? The case of health
A Murdie, A Hicks
International Organization 67 (3), 541-573, 2013
The apparatus for violence: Repression, violent protest, and civil war in a cross-national framework
SR Bell, A Murdie
Conflict management and peace science 35 (4), 336-354, 2018
Women and contentious politics: A global event-data approach to understanding women’s protest
A Murdie, D Peksen
Political Research Quarterly 68 (1), 180-192, 2015
When do environmental NGOs work? A test of the conditional effectiveness of environmental advocacy
R Pacheco-Vega, A Murdie
Trajectories in environmental politics, 177-198, 2022
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